Balcony plunge girl's mother found dead
THE body of a Foxton woman whose daughter plunged more than 30ft from a hotel room balcony in Majorca has been found. Sara Cooper, 45, was discovered by divers yesterday afternoon (Wednesday) in an underwater cave. Her fully-clothed body was recovered fro
THE body of a Foxton woman whose daughter plunged more than 30ft from a hotel room balcony in Majorca has been found.
Sara Cooper, 45, was discovered by divers yesterday afternoon (Wednesday) in an underwater cave.
Her fully-clothed body was recovered from the cave, which is beneath a cliff at Calas Domingos beach, just a few minutes walk from the hotel the family were staying at.
Seven-year-old Gianna Cooper, who attends Foxton Primary School, fell from the fifth floor of the three-star Hotel Samoa in the resort of Calas de Mallorca.
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She suffered a ruptured liver, broken jaw and head injuries, and is currently in a serious but stable condition at a hospital in the island's capital, Palma.
Her father Martin and two older brothers are by her bedside.
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Sara and Martin, also known as Ian, are believed to have worked in the pharmaceutical industry in Hertfordshire, although Sara has been a registered childminder in Cambs for the past two years.
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